ITF013: Fastway products and Colorado’s Peak to Peak Highway

This is In The Field Camping Episode 13.  In this episode we talked about all of the great products from Fastway, including the E2 Hitch, the Flip, the Zip, and the OneStep.  Then it was on to some of the campgrounds along Colorado’s Peak To Peak Highway, including:  Meeker Park, Olive Ridge, Peaceful Valley, Camp Dick (where this episode was recorded), Pawnee, and Kelly Dahl.  These are in the Boulder Ranger District of the Roosevelt National Forest. Continue reading

ITF010: Mapbooks and Solar Systems

This is In The Field Camping Episode 10.

In this episode we talked about mapbooks that are helpful in finding places to camp, specifically Colorado Road & Recreation Atlas by Benchmark Maps and Colorado Atlas & Gazetteer by DeLorme.  We also talked about using solar equipment in RV’s and camping, including the Solar powered RV Fridge vent system, solar showers, portable solar battery chargers, Solar Entry Door Window Cover, and the Solar Power Pak. Continue reading

ITF008: Hermit Park, generators, and a scary story

This is In The Field Camping Podcast Episode 8.

Campground review: Hermit Park  
http://www.larimer.org/parks/hermitpark.htm
Our favorite spots were B1,B3,B4,B8,B10,B15-B20,B22,B24-B25(Huge/Best),B28,B29(Huge), B31-B35 (too tightly packed but good for groups) H1,H2,H3,H27, K1,K8 Continue reading

ITF007: Jacks Gulch, inverters and batteries

This is In The Field Camping Podcast Episode 7

Campground review: Jacks Gulch in northeast Colorado, check out our YouTube video for this campground.  Best sites (in our opinion): 3, 5, 6, 13, 14, 15/16 (double site), 17, 20, 21, and 24.  For info on nearby aircraft wreckage:  Colorado & Wyoming Wreckchasing.   Continue reading

ITF006: KOA Kampgrounds and forest fires

This is In The Field Camping Podcast Episode 6

We discussed Kampgrounds of America (KOA) and the pluses and minuses of these locations, including the KOA’s we’ve visited: WyomingDevils Tower, Rock Springs/Green River, and Jackson Hole/Snake River.  ColoradoRoyal Gorge/Canon City, Cotopaxi/Arkansas River, Gunnison, and the now defunct Durango North/Ponderosa (now known as the Durango Riverside Resort) and New Castle/Glenwood Springs (now known as Elk Creek) KOA’s.  New MexicoLas Vegas.  ArizonaWilliams/Exit 167/Circle Pines. Continue reading